TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - It was a step back in time on Friday into a 1950's Christmas classic.
The Crosley Radio Players entertained a standing room only crowd at the Wabash Activity Center in Terre Haute.
They're known for their live recreations of 30's, 40's, and 50's radio shows.
On Friday though, there was a special twist to a Christmas tradition.
A nostalgic look at a favorite holiday movie, White Christmas.
"One of our people suggested that we do a radio version of a show that was never broadcast on the radio. The 1954 hit movie White Christmas. So we wrote a 72-page script and we're doing Irvin Berlin's White Christmas as a radio play," Jerry Arnold told us.
This is the 11th anniversary for the Crosley Radio Players.
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